Vulnerable people

Vulnerable people (including children) contact descriptors

Vulnerable groups include

The aged/elderly People with physical or mental health issues
Pregnant women The poor
Victims of discrimination Refugees
Victims of abuse The homeless
  • Direct or indirect contact means face-to-face contact, phone contact or any type of communication over the Internet.
  • Supervision means in the presence of an adult who is responsible for the safety or care of the child or vulnerable person.
  • Supervised contact – direct or indirect contact with children or vulnerable groups, with supervision
  • Unsupervised contact – direct or indirect contact with children or vulnerable groups, without supervision
  • No contact – no direct or indirect contact with children or vulnerable groups.

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